When you are looking for some best food in Tokyo, the Pierre Gagnaire is always on the top ten. The restaurant not only offers some exclusive dishes but also provides for a romantic night-out with some spectacular night views of the city. Acclaimed chef Pierre Gagnaire is the owner of the several restaurants around the world and people flock to his restaurants for some of the finest foods in a nice and serene atmosphere.
Chef Pierre Gagnaire has been voted as the “Best Chef in the World” in 2015 and the Pierre Gagnaire is a 2-Michelin Star restaurant that cannot be missed out while you are visiting Tokyo. Situated in the 36th floor of the Intercontinental Tokyo Hotel, the restaurant comes with a large and grand entrance that is well complemented with contemporary design and exclusive lighting techniques. The restaurant mainly comes with a purple theme that largely symbolizes a luxurious environment.
Even though the interior is minimalistic and simple, it is yet elegant. If you need to dine at the Pierre Gagnaire make sure to book your seats well in advance and try getting a eat nearby the window so that you can enjoy the beauty of the night-life of Tokyo from the top. The restaurant is pretty much spacious with large space between two tables and there are only a limited number of tables. There is also a couple of dining rooms along with a semi-dining area if you are looking for some privacy while you eat.
Similar to many restaurants in Tokyo, there menu is different for both lunch and dinner and so does the price. But the interesting aspect about Pierre Gagnaire is that you can create your own menu as you can adjust it like only including starter along with the main menu or dessert with the main course. Hence, you can see to that the price fits according to your budget.
Chef Yosuke Akasaka...
Michelin Guide Tokyo 2018: Two Stars ☆☆
"Pierre" Menu - 5 course: JPY 22'000
"Pierre Gagnaire Tokyo" Menu - 7 course: JPY 30'000++
"Pierre Gagnaire Tokyo" + wine pairing JPY 45'000++
Dress Code: Smart casual.
Children policy: Children under seven years of age are not permitted in either the dining room or private rooms.